We are a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). Being a member of ECFA ensures our financial accountability to you, our donor.
Watch Video about ECFA
We fully support the purposes and goals of the ECFA and display its seal proudly to reflect compliance with its membership standards.
Standards for Membership in the ECFA
Every member organization shall subscribe to a written statement of faith clearly affirming its commitment to the evangelical Christian faith and shall conduct its financial operations in a manner which reflects generally accepted Christian practices.
Every member organization shall be governed by a responsible board, the majority of whom shall not be employees/staff, and/or related by blood or marriage, which shall meet at least semiannually to establish policy and review its accomplishments.
Every member organization shall obtain an annual audit performed by an independent public accounting firm in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS) with financial statements prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
Every member organization shall have a functioning audit review committee appointed by the board, a majority of whom shall not be employees/staff, and/or related by blood or marriage, for the purpose of reviewing the annual audit and reporting its findings to the board.
Every member organization shall provide a copy of its current audited financial statement upon written request.
Every member organization shall conduct its activities with the highest standards of financial integrity and avoid conflicts of interest.
Every member organization shall ensure that its fund-raising appeals clearly identify the purposes and programs to which the donations will be applied and shall ensure that these donations are used for the purpose for which they were raised.